If Your Child Tells You They Have Been Sexually Abused
Unfortunately, sexual abuse
is something that happens very frequently.
In this video, adolescent medicine specialist
Angela Diaz, MD, FAAP discusses what to do if your child comes to you and says someone is abusing them. The most important thing you can do is believe them and provide them with an ally.
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